Leah + Jay: Winter by the Sea

Winter weddings don’t always have to be white, blue and snowy! This New Jersey wedding adds a subtle hint of the holidays with evergreen boughs, pine cones in the centerpieces and snow covered trees on the wedding invitations.  The seasonal theme is faint and blended in beautifully with the rest of the decor.

I absolutely love the stylized snowflake necklace that the Bride is wearing; simple and elegant!

Bride and Groom Wedding Photography

Winter Wedding Invitations

Bridesmaid Bouquet

Bridal Bouquet

wedding jewellery

Father of the Bride

Groom's Portrait

Wedding Ceremony

Bridal Party

Groomsmen

Wedding Photography

Wedding Photography

Bride and Groom Wedding Photography

Family Portraits

Wedding Centerpiece

Wedding table number

Wedding cake

Wedding table setting

Family Photographs

Wedding Reception Decor

First Dance

Wedding cake

Can anyone tell me what flowers are featured in the Bride’s bouquet? They’re absolutely stunning!

Congratulations to the happy couple!

 

 

 

Photographer: John Arcara Photography
Event Venue: The Channel Club

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2 thoughts on “Leah + Jay: Winter by the Sea

  1. Although this bouquet was not made by Posies, those white flowers with the black centers are anemones. Pronounced An-eh-munni.

    They are beautiful and that bouquet is fabulous!

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